The Home Office showed "little inclination to look seriously" at its resourcing for translating documents, David Bolt said.
“There were warning signs from enough different sources, over a long enough period, to collectively indicate a potential problem that merited further investigation," say auditors
Union says it will fight “tooth and nail” to prevent any publicly-run prisons from transferring into the hands of private operators
Charity will support diversity and innovation in public service
A telephone helpline set up by the Home Office to deal with cases has so far received 25 calls about inappropriate demands for DNA evidence.
Loughborough centre will join new Stoke-on-Trent and Birmingham bases from next year
Alan Singleton and Simon Bruno were fatally shot while undertaking a routine inspection on 22 November 1993
'Low achievement by prisons against inspectorate recommendations has been a feature at some of the prisons that have caused most concern', a spokesperson said.
Penny Mordaunt said the GEO's work would "broaden out" to ensure it supported women "at every stage of their lives".
Machinery of government change will see nomadic brief shift to Cabinet Office from April
Brokenshire also lauds 2.2% hike in numbers of new homes
Scottish Government perm sec makes statement following employment tribunal case